Information Security Office lunch and learn - May 17, 2023
May 10, 2023
In April, the Information Security Office (ISO) launched its new campaign, Bee SAFE, Not Sorry about our shared responsibility to report suspicious cyber activity.
Do you know what constitutes a “security incident”?
Do you know why they should be reported in a timely fashion?
Join us on Wednesday, May 17, for “Not If, But When” – a lunch and learn with Chief Information Security Officer Jeremy Rosenberg. Jeremy will share important context about how security incidents are handled at Yale, helpful terminology, and an overview of why it’s important to report them right away. Get a front-row seat to how the Information Security Office protects the confidentiality, availability and integrity of Yale data. And how we all have a role to play.
Participate in other May Bee SAFE, Not Sorry events:
- Register for the May 31 panel discussion with Yale experts to learn why we need to report suspicious behavior immediately and the legal ramifications of waiting.
- Podcast fan? Listen to Jeremy discuss why reporting suspicious cyber activity is everyone’s responsibility on the Bee Cyber Fit podcast.
- Short on time? Complete our Bee SAFE, Not Sorry puzzle to build awareness. Submit your answer by May 31 for the chance to win a prize pack.